Browsing All Posts filed under »Erosion of liberty«

An Honest Question for Our Democrat Friends….

July 8, 2012


IF…. If an overwhelmingly Republican Congress… Passed an overwhelmingly unpopular bill… Ignoring the outcry of multitudes at Town Hall meetings… Without a single Democrat vote… Consisting of 2700 pages of legislation… Which no one had had enough time to thoroughly read… Much less analyze for: • Cost • Benefit • Feasibility • Effectiveness • Legality […]

Pay no attention to the men behind the curtain… A deeper look at Streamlining S.679

May 29, 2011


When one reads the fine print, actually examines the job descriptions covered by S.679, a few positions jump out as not-quite-so “junior”. Positions like the Chief Scientist of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), for one example.

“Bipartisan” doesn’t make S.679 right, just a two-partied wrong

May 9, 2011


Throwing a "bipartisan" label on faulty, unconstitutional and dangerous legislation doesn't mean your course of action is right. It only means you've got idiots on both sides of the aisle.

Streamlining Our Freedom Away… S.679 Must Not Pass!

April 29, 2011


The “Presidential Appointment Efficiency and Streamlining Act of 2011” is an affront to the principles of freedom, regardless of which political party sits in the Oval Office.